Flotype, the semi-stealthy Berkeley, Calif.-based startup has renamed itself Bridge and is making its messaging technology broadly available. Bridge promises real-time communications between any servers and other devices in a language-… Read more »
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Continuing a yearlong trend, the fourth quarter in big IT was all about big data, and Hadoop in particular. At this point, it seems as if every database, business intelligence and… Read more »
Flotype says Bridge will handle all the heavy lifting of real-time communications between any device and any server so software developers can focus on what they do best — app development… Read more »
Node.js is following in Ruby on Rails’ and NoSQL’s footsteps to become the next hacker technology to be embraced by the enterprise. Just ask Flotype, the Berkeley, CA. startup which built… Read more »